Planning on canning? Use the new interactive version Put ‘em Up! by Sherri Brooks Vinton for iPad, iPhone, Mac and PC on Inkling. In addition to 175 recipes for everything from apples to watermelons, the interactive book includes high-res photography, how-to slideshows, technique links, navigation by photo, and more.
It’s easier than ever to learn how to pickle and preserve, can and jam! With the full book now interactive on Inkling, you pay one price for a universal app that works across all of your devices. irowse by main ingredient with a flick of your finger in outline view, or just tap on the colorful photo for the preserve that catches your eye. How-to Slideshows make learning the basics simple, while all 175 recipes contain quick links back to each technique for easy reference. Plus, it’s easy to bookmark individual recipes and leave additional notes right in the text that you can share with other users.
Top features on iPad, iPhone, PC & Mac:
* Navigate by Jar: Like pulling a jar off the shelf. Explore different recipes by tapping on stacked and linked photos in a new section.
* Technique Links: Every recipe contains icons that link back to specific preservation techniques, so you can make sure you're doing it right.
* Slideshows: Tap through slideshows of hand-drawn steps to learn how to do fundamental techniques from start to finish.
* Search: Need to find something quickly? Search the book, your notes, and even Google and Wikipedia, while barely lifting a finger.
* Personal Notebook: Highlight text and bookmark recipes with ease. It’s all saved to a notebook that lives inside your book for easy reference.
Bonus feature on iPad, iPad mini, PC & Mac:
* Notes: Make notes anywhere in the book that can even include web links. All notes are also saved to your notebook.
Author Sherri Brooks Vinton is a member of Slow Food, Women Chefs and Restaurateurs, the Northeast Organic Farmer’s Association, International Association of Culinary Professionals, and Chefs Collaborative. She gives talks and workshops across the country on how to reclaim the food chain and writes a monthly newsletter, “Sustainable Solutions,” for followers of the Slow Food movement.